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* BigBadDuumvirate: [[Disney/SleepingBeauty Maleficent]] and [[spoiler: Ansem]]

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* BigBadDuumvirate: [[Disney/SleepingBeauty [[WesternAnimation/SleepingBeauty Maleficent]] and [[spoiler: Ansem]]


* AdaptedOut: Despite [[ScrewedByTheLawyers copyright complications]], the novel keeps Deep Jungle but omits Olympus Coliseum, Halloween Town, and Atlantica. Additionally, the Pooh storybook with the Hundred Acre Wood is delivered to Merlin, but Sora never actually gets to visit inside it. Olympus Coliseum is later adapted into the ''Kingdom Hearts II'' novel and treated as if it's the first time Sora and his friends visit it, while the ''Chain of Memories'' novel just pulls a RememberTheNewGuy with the Hundred Acre Wood and its residents.

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* AdaptedOut: Despite [[ScrewedByTheLawyers copyright complications]], the novel keeps Deep Jungle but omits Olympus Coliseum, Halloween Town, and Atlantica. Additionally, the Pooh storybook with the Hundred Acre Wood is delivered to Merlin, but Sora never actually gets to visit inside it. Olympus Coliseum is later adapted into the ''Kingdom Hearts II'' novel and treated as if it's the first time Sora and his friends visit it, while the ''Chain of Memories'' novel just pulls a RememberTheNewGuy with the Hundred Acre Wood and its residents.despite how it could have easily been omitted.


* AdaptedOut: Despite [[ScrewedByTheLawyers copyright complications]], the novel keeps Deep Jungle but omits Olympus Coliseum, Halloween Town, and Atlantica. Additionally, the Pooh storybook with the Hundred Acre Wood is delivered to Merlin, but Sora never actually gets to visit inside it. Olympus Coliseum is later adapted into the ''Kingdom Hearts II'' novel and treated as if it's the first time Sora and his friends visit it, while 'the 'Chain of Memories'' novel just pulls a RememberTheNewGuy with the Hundred Acre Wood and its residents.

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* AdaptedOut: Despite [[ScrewedByTheLawyers copyright complications]], the novel keeps Deep Jungle but omits Olympus Coliseum, Halloween Town, and Atlantica. Additionally, the Pooh storybook with the Hundred Acre Wood is delivered to Merlin, but Sora never actually gets to visit inside it. Olympus Coliseum is later adapted into the ''Kingdom Hearts II'' novel and treated as if it's the first time Sora and his friends visit it, while 'the 'Chain the ''Chain of Memories'' novel just pulls a RememberTheNewGuy with the Hundred Acre Wood and its residents.


* AdaptedOut: Despite [[ScrewedByTheLawyers copyright complications]], the novel keeps Deep Jungle but omits Olympus Coliseum, Halloween Town, and Atlantica. Additionally, the Pooh storybook with the Hundred Acre Wood is delivered to Merlin, but Sora never actually gets to visit inside it.

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* AdaptedOut: Despite [[ScrewedByTheLawyers copyright complications]], the novel keeps Deep Jungle but omits Olympus Coliseum, Halloween Town, and Atlantica. Additionally, the Pooh storybook with the Hundred Acre Wood is delivered to Merlin, but Sora never actually gets to visit inside it. Olympus Coliseum is later adapted into the ''Kingdom Hearts II'' novel and treated as if it's the first time Sora and his friends visit it, while 'the 'Chain of Memories'' novel just pulls a RememberTheNewGuy with the Hundred Acre Wood and its residents.


* CompressedAdaptation: The novel is basically a more simple retelling of the game's plot, with all of the optional content ([[spoiler:excluding the battle with Xemnas]]) cut out, and skipping both Atlantica ''and'' Halloween Town (you only need to visit one of the two worlds to finish the game).
** Though some elements get more fleshed out here than in the game; one example is Sora and Donald being bigger {{Jerkass}}es to each other during the Deep Jungle chapter, compared to the game.

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* CompressedAdaptation: The novel is basically a more simple retelling of the game's plot, with all of the optional content ([[spoiler:excluding the battle with Xemnas]]) cut out, and skipping both Atlantica ''and'' Halloween Town (you only need to visit one of the two worlds to finish the game).
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game). Though some elements [[AdaptationExpansion get more fleshed out here than in the game; game]]; one example is Sora and Donald being bigger {{Jerkass}}es to each other during the Deep Jungle chapter, compared to the game.


* CompressedAdaptation: [[InvertedTrope Inverted]]. The novel is basically a more simple retelling of the game's plot, with all of the optional content ([[spoiler:excluding the battle with Xemnas]]) cut out, and skipping both Atlantica ''and'' Halloween Town (you only need to visit one of the two worlds to finish the game).

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* CompressedAdaptation: [[InvertedTrope Inverted]]. The novel is basically a more simple retelling of the game's plot, with all of the optional content ([[spoiler:excluding the battle with Xemnas]]) cut out, and skipping both Atlantica ''and'' Halloween Town (you only need to visit one of the two worlds to finish the game).


* AdaptationExpansion: [[InvertedTrope Inverted]]. Unlike the manga adaptation, the novel is basically a more simple retelling of the game's plot, with all of the optional content ([[spoiler:excluding the battle with Xemnas]]) cut out, and skipping both Atlantica ''and'' Halloween Town (you only need to visit one of the two worlds to finish the game).
** Though some elements get more fleshed out here than in the game; one example is Sora and Donald being bigger {{Jerkass}}es to each other during the Deep Jungle chapter, compared to the game.

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* AdaptationExpansion: [[InvertedTrope Inverted]]. Unlike the manga adaptation, the novel is basically a more simple retelling of the game's plot, with all of the optional content ([[spoiler:excluding the battle with Xemnas]]) cut out, and skipping both Atlantica ''and'' Halloween Town (you only need to visit one of the two worlds to finish the game).
** Though some elements get more fleshed out here than in the game; one example is Sora and Donald being bigger {{Jerkass}}es to each other during the Deep Jungle chapter, compared to the game.



* CompressedAdaptation: [[InvertedTrope Inverted]]. The novel is basically a more simple retelling of the game's plot, with all of the optional content ([[spoiler:excluding the battle with Xemnas]]) cut out, and skipping both Atlantica ''and'' Halloween Town (you only need to visit one of the two worlds to finish the game).
** Though some elements get more fleshed out here than in the game; one example is Sora and Donald being bigger {{Jerkass}}es to each other during the Deep Jungle chapter, compared to the game.



* [[{{Novelization}} The Novel]]: To the original ''[[VideoGame/KingdomHeartsI Kingdom Hearts]]''.

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* [[{{Novelization}} The Novel]]: {{Novelization}}: To the original ''[[VideoGame/KingdomHeartsI Kingdom Hearts]]''.


* AdaptationExpansion: [[InvertedTrope Inverted]]. Unlike the manga adaptation, the novel is basically a more simple retelling of the game's plot, with all of the optional content ([[spoiler:''including'' the battle with Xemnas]]) cut out, and skipping both Atlantica ''and'' Halloween Town (you only need to visit one of the two worlds to finish the game).

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* AdaptationExpansion: [[InvertedTrope Inverted]]. Unlike the manga adaptation, the novel is basically a more simple retelling of the game's plot, with all of the optional content ([[spoiler:''including'' ([[spoiler:excluding the battle with Xemnas]]) cut out, and skipping both Atlantica ''and'' Halloween Town (you only need to visit one of the two worlds to finish the game).


* AmbitiousGender: Sabor is only referred to as "it" in his/her only appearance.

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* AmbitiousGender: AmbiguousGender: Sabor is only referred to as "it" in his/her only appearance.



* SparedByTheAdaptation: Sabor only appears once, when he/she attacks Sora in the treehouse. She's not seen again after Tarzan chases him/her off.

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* SparedByTheAdaptation: Sabor only appears once, when he/she attacks Sora in the treehouse. She's He/She's not seen again after Tarzan chases him/her off.


* AmbitiousGender: Sabor is only referred to as "it" in his/her only appearance.



* FireForgedFriends: Sora and Donald, who are both at each other's throats throughout Deep Jungle (moreso than in the game), despite Goofy trying to settle their sudden feud down.




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* SparedByTheAdaptation: Sabor only appears once, when he/she attacks Sora in the treehouse. She's not seen again after Tarzan chases him/her off.


* AdaptationExpansion: [[InvertedTrope Inverted]]. Unlike the manga adaptation, the novel is basically a simplvised retelling of the game's plot, with all of the optional content ([[spoiler:''including'' the battle with Xemnas]]) cut out, and skipping both Atlantica ''and'' Halloween Town (you only need to visit one of the two worlds to finish the game).

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* AdaptationExpansion: [[InvertedTrope Inverted]]. Unlike the manga adaptation, the novel is basically a simplvised more simple retelling of the game's plot, with all of the optional content ([[spoiler:''including'' the battle with Xemnas]]) cut out, and skipping both Atlantica ''and'' Halloween Town (you only need to visit one of the two worlds to finish the game).



* BittersweetEnding: Those who've played the game or read the manga would know that [[spoiler: Sora and his friends defeat Ansem and save the worlds, but Riku and King Mickey are trapped in the Realm of Darkness, and the main trio are being lured down a pathway by Marluxia]].

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* BittersweetEnding: Those who've played the game or read the manga would know that [[spoiler: Sora [[spoiler:Sora and his friends defeat Ansem and save the worlds, but Riku and King Mickey are trapped in the Realm of Darkness, and the main trio are being lured down a pathway by Marluxia]].



* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler: To save Kairi, Sora stabs himself with the Keyblade created from the other Princesses of Heart, causing him to turn into a Heartless]].

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* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler: To [[spoiler:To save Kairi, Sora stabs himself with the Keyblade created from the other Princesses of Heart, causing him to turn into a Heartless]].


* AdaptationExpansion: [[InvertedTrope Inverted]]. Unlike the manga adaptation, the novel is basically a simplvised retelling of the game's plot, with all of the optional content ([[spoiler:''including'' the battle with Xemnas]]) cut out, and skipping both Atlantica ''and'' Halloween Town (you only need to visit one of the two worlds to finish the game).
** Though some elements get more fleshed out here than in the game; one example is Sora and Donald being bigger {{Jerkass}}es to each other during the Deep Jungle chapter, compared to the game.



* [[{{Novelization}} The Novel]]: To the original ''[[VideoGame/KingdomHeartsI Kingdom Hearts]]''

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* [[{{Novelization}} The Novel]]: To the original ''[[VideoGame/KingdomHeartsI Kingdom Hearts]]''
Hearts]]''.

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* {{Bowdlerize}}: [[InvertedTrope Inverted.]] In the ''Kingdom Hearts'' game, Cid's cigarette-smoking is replaced with him having a straw on his mouth, but in the novel it is stated directly that he is smoking cigarettes.


The novel adaptation of ''[[VideoGame/KingdomHeartsI Kingdom Hearts]]''. In Japanese, there are two volumes, both released in mid-2005, called '''First''' and '''Last'''. The English version, set for a March 2015 release, is being translated by Creator/YenPress and will be called ''Kingdom Hearts: The Novel''; it will be a single volume.

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The novel adaptation of ''[[VideoGame/KingdomHeartsI Kingdom Hearts]]''. In Japanese, there are two volumes, both released in mid-2005, called '''First''' and '''Last'''. The English version, set for a released in March 2015 release, is being 2015, was translated by Creator/YenPress and will be is called ''Kingdom Hearts: The Novel''; it will be is a single volume.



* AdaptedOut: Despite [[ScrewedByTheLawyers copyright complications]], the novel keeps Deep Jungle but omits Olympus Coliseum, Halloween Town, and Atlantica.

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* AdaptedOut: Despite [[ScrewedByTheLawyers copyright complications]], the novel keeps Deep Jungle but omits Olympus Coliseum, Halloween Town, and Atlantica. Additionally, the Pooh storybook with the Hundred Acre Wood is delivered to Merlin, but Sora never actually gets to visit inside it.

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